Category: New Media
NFL Team Blogger
HerGameLifeCategory: New Media
Duration of Position: NFL season
HerGameLife a new startup sports news website focused on covering football from a female perspective connecting football's most passionate female fans across the country. After launching this past spring with NFL coverage, our community already includes nearly fifty female bloggers covering NFL teams and lifestyle topics such as fashion, style, and food.
We are looking for enthusiastic and knowledgeable NFL fans to write or record informative game-day previews, post-game recaps, roster changes, player interviews, general team news, etc... All bloggers will be expected to submit at least one written column or video submission per week. There may be opportunities to go to live events and interview your favorite players. We prefer bloggers who live in the same city of the team that they cover and who are active in social media networks. There may be opportunities to attend live events and interview your favorite players.
For more information visit us online at http://www.HerGameLife.com, on facebook at http://www.facebook.com/HerGameLife, or on twitter @HerGameLife.
All positions are unpaid at this time.
Previous journalism or creative writing experience is preferred.
How To Apply:
To be considered, email your responses the following questions along with your resume to nikki@HerGameLife.com.
1) Why you are the biggest fan of your team? (150- 250 words or 2 minute video)
2) How would you describe your favorite team's past season? (200-300 words or two minute video)
3) What city do you currently live in?
Please also submit a link to your twitter account.
Deadline To Apply: None
Web site: http://www.HerGameLife.com/
Posted: 06/26/2012 - 12:04 p.m.
Modified: 06/26/2012 - 06:58 p.m.
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